• The Candidates Debate: Rob Astorino and Noam Bramson Face Off on Westchester's Biggest Issues


  • Follow #WCAFaceOff on Twitter for all the action at 1133 Westchester Avenue on Oct. 16

  • With election fever at its peak, voters are closely watching the hotly contested race for Westchester County Executive, the results of which will have far-reaching implications for Westchester, New York and beyond...

    To help them make their decision, the nonpartisan Westchester County Association is hosting a debate on October 16 between Republican incumbent Rob Astorino and Democratic challenger, New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson, moderated by veteran political journalist Steve Scott, host of WCBS 880’s “Eye on Politics.”

    Tweeting during the debate? Use the hashtag #WCAFaceOff to be included in the live Twitter feed Wednesday night. The Journal News Media Group will also be recording the debate for broadcast on lohud.com.

    WCA's Westchester County Executive Debate
    Wed., Oct. 16, 2013
    5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
    1133 Westchester Avenue, The Atrium
    White Plains, NY 10604

    “Serving as an information resource to voters and as a voice for the Westchester business community is part of our core mission,” said Bill Mooney, President, Westchester County Association. “We’re pleased to present this opportunity to the public to get up to speed on the issues at stake and the candidates’ positions, and we pledge to work closely with the next county executive on initiatives that will drive economic growth in our region.”

    WCA’s Astorino-Bramson debate is sponsored by the Building Contractors Association Westchester and Mid-Hudson Valley, Inc., the Construction Industry Council of Westchester & Hudson Valley, Inc., the RPW Group, Inc. and the Journal News Media Group

    Reservations are required. Visit westchester.org or email events@westchester.org.

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